Evansville, Indiana – Enjolé Interiors, a full service interior design firm and retail business, holds its ribbon cutting ceremony at 313 Main Street, an 1800’s building completely renovated to house the newly formed company. Among those attending the 10 a.m., event are Lloyd Winnecke, Mayor of Evansville; Kelley Coures, Executive Director, Department of Metropolitan Development; plus representatives from the Southwest Indiana Chamber and Downtown Alliance.
According to Sharon Lemond, President of Enjolé Interiors, “Our tagline is, ‘Enchanting Environments,’ and that really describes why we’re here. ‘Enjolé is a French-Cajun word that means enticing or enchanting.” In addition to design services, the retail portion of Enjoleé Interiors offers furniture, rugs, lighting, art, accessories, bedding, window treatments, one-of-a-kind artisan pieces and an array of gift items.
Tammy Stallings, Director of Design and Retail for Enjolé Interiors, explains, “We feel that graciousness and hospitality have almost disappeared from the retail experience. We put a very special touch on the retail experience, whether customers are browsing for a gift item or coming to us for a complete home interior makeover.” Enjolé Interiors also offers commercial design services.
Lloyd Winnecke, Mayor of Evansville, enthuses, “Two local women had a vision. Our community is fortunate Sharon Lemond and Tammy Stallings brought their vision to downtown Evansville. Enjolé Interiors is a retail destination as well as an interior design business. The Enjolé Interiors design team is capable of complete makeovers for homes and businesses. Their talent and expertise are clearly demonstrated in the beautiful redesign of their building here at 313 Main. The renovated building dates back to the 1800’s. Today, it reflects the vibrant presence of Enjolé Interiors.”